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DAILY EAST ORKGOlflAir, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE , 190. PAGE OTYE. MONDAY SPECIALS At the Bankrupt Sale M Teutsch Stock 500 yards Table Linen At Actual Wholesale Cost and Less (1.25 pure linens, now 87c $1.00 puro linens, now .: . 63c 75o pure llru-ns, now 48c $2.00 pure II noiw, now $1.39 $1.75 jMiro linens, now ' $1.28 75c fancy how, now 41c 85 dozen in all the new patterns in Hosiery, Tan, and Black Lisle Lace, 25 different patterns in fancy colors, all go at 44c, 46c, and 48c A Full Line of Children's Extra Good Grade Tan Hose at Bankrupt Prices.' J. E. Liveigood & Co Successors to Teutsch's Dep't. Store. PERSONAL MENTION City Brevities Baseball tomorrow. Ice cream at Hohbach's. Billiards and proi at Hennemans. All kinds of good dry wood. See ' Minnu for good, dry wood that i . . I .on of tt on hand. Pressed chickens every day. Stark Poultry Houso. 'Phone black 3791. Just arrived and aet up, new bil liard and pool tables at Henneman's, Baseball fans get In the game help Pendleton beat La Grande tomorrow. All baseball fans should turn out Sunday. More revenue means better team. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent Enquire at East Oregontan tfflce New and first class. Billiard and ipool tables at Henneman's cigar store. .No kids. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry A Milne, Phone Main S. Insurance Gasoline stoves are safe and economical. Sold by Goodman Hardware company. For S:ile Nine-room cottage, good location, good order. Too large for present owner. Enquire 100 Bluff street. Wanted Work on farm by man and wife. Young, sober and Industri ous. Enquire room IS, St. Elmo lodg ing house. With the prospect or a large cher ry crop which will be ready to pick about July 10, we should like to get In touch with nt least 100 people, that should like to camp out and pick cherries. Call or write to C. M. & G. G. Stasklnnd and K. J. Stackland, Cove, Ore. held at the home of A. J. Owen on Thompson street, The display of fireworks will be one feature of the social. The place will be suited for this, being upon high ground and where all can. see. The young people are enthusiastic In regard to this affair and will un doubtedly have a good time and make an Interesting display of fireworks. This organization Is for the purpose of helping all yourg people who come to Pendleton. To give thorn good, healthy social life, thus tending to keep them away from other forms of life which are harmful. It Is not de nominational, although under the aus pices of the M. E. church. It has had four months of success ful work here already and will not cease Its work flurlng the summer. It believes that by keeping up Its work throughout the summer months It will build up that much more rapidly In the early fall. Committees on program and enter tainment were appointed last night for the next social the first Friday In July. That time will also be the election of officers for the next term. CANT SHOOT THE RAPIDS. The Poor Hungry Fish. "Here la an Interesting thing that hnpieued last summer to a friend and myself." said a' New Yorker. "We had gono on a Ashing trip lu a rowbont. but It seemed that either all the Bsh were at another plate or were not hun gry. We decided If those flsli were not hungry we wore. We had taken our luncheon, as wise fishermen will, and In order to keep the bread as fresh as possible had left it In loaf form. My friend asked uie to pass it to him, and In doing 89 the loaf of bread went overboard. We made out the best we could without the bread and luter row ed to another place to fish. On. our way back we passed the place where we lost our bread. Then we saw the sight of our lives. On each side of the loaf of bread stood a big fish, and for as' far as we could see there was a great line of small fish. We wondered what it was, ami then the thought dawned on us those fish had formed a "bread line" and the two large fish were dealing out the bread. After that we didn't have the heart to try to catch any of those poor, buugry fish." IIH'.AI, ( M il Wild, HAVE "PHY TOWX" SOCIAL. Young 'ople of Methodist Clniirh Will Celebrate. The Ideal club held a very Interest ing social nt the home of John My rh k on Locust Hill last night. Games were played, music was a feature and strawberries and cake were served for ! i freshmcnts. It was decided to have a "dry town" social on the 3d of July. It Is to be The BestlAlarm Clock. If you have use for an alarm clock to wake you up these spring mornings, then you should get a good one. A poor alarm clock Is much worse than no clock at all. You cannot de pend upon a cheap clock picked up probably In a place where the knowledge of clocks Is un known. When you buy a clock from us you know that If any thing goes wrong we are ready to make good with the proper repairs. All alarm clocks guaranteed and cost from $1.00 to $3.50. Louis Hurmker Jeweler and Optician. 7IS Main St. Spokane lolloe Itefuso to Allow Lun atic to Commit Suicide. "George A. Downing will not be al lowed to shoot the rapids from the Washington sireet bridge under any consideration." This was tho statement of Chief of Police Ren H. Ulce when asked this morning whether he would permit Downing to make the attempt, says the Spokane Chronicle. "There have been threats to shoot the falls, the rapids, and both from time to time Inlhis city," said Chief Hire, "and all manner of craft have been suggested ns the vehicle but for some reason no one ever made the at tempt. I regard the attempt as the height of foolhardiness and will not permit it under any consideration." Downing is In the employ of thft Dulmage-Rose Auto company, and announced he would make the at tempt to negotiate the rapids from the Washington Water Power dam be low Post street, provided a purse of $1000 was raised to be given him pro vided he succeeded. Downing is said to be an expert In the canoe and to have worked on the White Horse Rapids In the Yukon for several years. It was his Intention to circulate a subscription list among tho business men to-collect the $1000, but the attlude of Chief Rice will probably prevent further plans for the attempt Eagle Sliow Sliop. There will be a change of moclng pictures at the Eagle show shop to morrow. The porgram whljrh has been on the past few days has been very attractive and has been drawing well. Baseball! Baseball! Pendleton vs. La Grande, Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock, Matlock grounds. Rooters take notice. The Oregon Electric, which recent ly announced Its Intention of grld ironlng the Willamette valley with electric lines, has already commenc ed the laying of rails In Hlllsboro. SHAMO Better and cheaper than Chamois skins, Looks like, feels like Chamois, but does the work. Better, lasts Longer, and Costs Less. Indispensible for House- cleaning, Silver, Pianos, Glassware, etc. The genuine "Shamo,' comes from Germany. You find them in Pendleton at THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. 1 A Brids With Some Good Points. Some years ago In an agricultural district lu England there lived a farm er who wanted to sell one of his cows. There was not at that time a weekly paier iu which he could advertise, so he resolved to follow a local custom and ask the vicar of the parish when giving out his notices at church to ad vertise the cow. "Yes, farmer," said the vicar, "I should be willing to oblige you, but you don't attend my church." Presently,, however, they struck a bargain that the vicar should adver tise the cow, and the ninu iu return promised to go to church. Now, un fortunately the man was deaf, and on the Sunday following when the vicar gave out the banns of marriage be tween Joseph So-and-so, bachelor, and Sarah So-and-so, spinster, the farmer took It tor granted that tho vicar was giving out particulars of his cow and shouted out: "You might as well say while you are about It that she is a most gentle creature and entirely free from vice." Stray Stories. Whers Red Hair Is Disliked. In Cornwall, particularly the Land's Eud district, it is not advisable to dub a person "a red haired Dane," though in most parts of England, especially Inland, the expression would ns likely as not provoke no comment at all or be regarded as simply frivolous. At a police court case beard In 1SC7 at Penzance town hall it came out in evidence that the defendant had called the complainant "a red haired Dane," and this led to an assault The strong repugnance of Cornlshmen to be dubbed by this strange appellation is as strong aa ever. The Celtic nations hatedthe Danes and were always fighting them. And not only In Cornwall, but also all along our coasts, where the Danes or Norse men made their ravages, this deep rooted prejudice against people with red hair, "red headed," more or less remains ingrained In the national char acter. J. Harris Stone In "The Eng lish Illustrated." Btatb of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Coun ty, ss. Prank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Che ney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONB HUNPKED DOLLARS for each and every rase of Catarrh that cannot be cured hj tbe use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY, Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this Oth day of December, A. D., 188fl. (Seal.) A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. FlaM'a Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and arts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Send for tes timonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Baseball! Baseball! Pendleton vs. La Grande, Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock, Matlock grounds. Rioters take notice. t. n Mitchell of Freewater. is transacting business In the city. Ben Dupuls of Weston Is transact ing business at the county seat today. A. McKenale, the pioneer of Adams, Is In the city today on a business trip. Attorney J. F. Shclton of Echo, is In the city transacting business to day. E. E. McMIIlen of Hermlston, Is among business visitors In the city today. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lysle came up from Echo last evening on a short business trip. Attorney S. F. Wilson of Athena and law partner of Will M. Peterson, Is here today. J. W. Malonev. cashier of the Sav ings baiik, returned from Portland last evening. B. Jensen returned home lost night from Portland and the sound after a week's absence. ,' P. T. Harbour of the Weston brick yard left last night for Portland on a brief business visit. Miss Sadie Yardly returned last evening fiom Portland where she had been for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams cam down from Adams this morning on a brief visit in the city. A. D. Rhonimus, the pioneer of Cabbage Hill, Is In the city this after noon on a trading trip. Attorney C. H. Carter and Attorney O. P. Morton, expect to spend Sun day at Bingham Springs. H. H. Gilbert, the well known farm er of Birch creek, Is in the city today attending the horse sales. F. B. Swayze the Hermlston bank er, Is a guest or Hotel uowman wnue in the city today on business. E. M. Warner of Two Rivers, Wash., Is a guest of the St. George while in the city today on a business trip. Charles E. Hanna of Meacham brought down a fine mare to dispose of at the market day sales today. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Geer arrived home this morning from Portland where he had been for several days. Miss Grace Dorothy has returned from Portland where she had been with a party attending the rose show. Miss Effie Parks returned yester day from Seattle where she had been visiting relatives and to view the fleet. Dan P. Smythe, secretary of the Or egon Woolgrowers' association left this afternoon for Arlington on a brief business trip. A. A. Roberts, receiver of the land office at La Grande, came over on the noon train today to visit with his relatives In this city. Ed Kirkpatrlck was among those returning from Portlana this morn Irig. He had been down as a witness before the federal grand Jury. John Nisson of the Nisson imple ment company, has returned from Portland, where he had been visiting with his family for several days. Misses Florence and Clarice Fra- zler of Latah, Wash., have been vis iting with their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Frazier In the city for a few days. C. T. Godwin, Freewater's attor ney at law, is here today In connec tion with the school boundary case now on trial before the district boundary board. Mrs. Mary Epple and daughter, Miss Roslne Epple, leave this after noon for an extended visit with rela tives In the middle states. They will first go to Lawrence, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kennedy and family returned this morning from Portland, where they attended the rose show. They also visited Salem Rnd other valley points khile nway. Harold J. Warner, the well known high school student, will leave this evening for Fort Wayne, Ind.. where he will spend the summer. He ex pects to attend the republican nation al convention In Chicago next week. The Misses Florence and Etta Struthers left today at noon for Waitsburg to attend the meeting of the pioneers next week. After a short visit there they will return to accompany their pnrents to the ranch at Albee for the summer. Miss Lucretla Conklln, teacher 01 Latin In Pendleton high school, passed through the city last evening on her way to La Salle, 111., where she will spend her vacation with her par ents. She will return to this city on September 1 to be ready for the open ing of school. Miss Harriet Ankeny, daughter of Senator Ankeny of Walla Walla, has been visiting In the city for a few days, the guest of Mrs. F. E. Judd. Mrs. Judd entertained a few friends at cards In her honor Wednesday eve ning and Miss Freda Roesch enter tained yesterday afternoon. Mrs. M. A. Ferguson, formerly of Adams, but now of La Crosse, Wash., Is In the city visiting her parents, Col. J. M. Bentley. She Is accom panied by her three daughters. Mr. Ferguson Is now running the La Crosse Herald. Mrs. Ferguson was a delegate from La Crosse to the state lodge of Rebekahs at Walla Walla this week. We announce the following prices on Lawns, Batiste, Swiss Dimity and Ginghams 30c and 35c Lawns and Batiste 25c Swiss Lawns and Dimity 1 5c and 20c Lawns 10c and 121 -2c Lawns All our 1 5c Ginghams " 23c 17c 11c 8c 10c Complete Assortments on Hand Alexander Dep't Store Givers of Best Values 1 mxm& mia '.V -4 r. .' i i Of- tt?:V''. The Franklin Car Has Stood the Practical Try out Test. It has jmade good every day in the year and under all road conditions, in Umatilla County as well as elsewhere it's as consistent and reli able asjan express train. Pendleton Auto Co. ' :""":' - ' -r ' - - Fleets at Dime. Large crowds have been attracted at the Dime since the pictures of Bob Evans and his fleet at Frisco have been presented. This Is very realis tic, showing the fleets m the harbor, the naval parade, floral parade and the battle of flowers. Tt Is among th very best pictures ever shown In the city. This program will continue over until tomorrow, when there will be another good change. "Known For Its Strength" What It Means Many people do not know what a bank's capital means to its depositors, or the differ ance between a bank of little or no capital, and one with a large capital. One of the functions of A Bank s Capital is to protect its depositors from possible loss; therefore the larger it is, the greater protec tion the depositors have. This' bank has a Capital of ... . 200,000.00 Surplus Fund of . . 50,000.00 Undivided Profits . . 25,000.00 Additional Shareholders Liability .... 200,000.00 A TOTAL OF 475 000.00 This means that this bank must lose prac tically half a million dollars before its'depo sitors could lose a cent. This protection is for YOU. The First National Bank PENDLETON, OREGON SECURITY All the news all the time In the East Oregonlan. Read the East OregonUn.